Just wanted to begin by saying for the last week or more, I have NOT been able to upload any photos to my blog – super frustrating, right?
two days ago the only photo I could upload was this camel
I thought, “progress” and for two more days – nothing.
Apparently, I had a ‘cookie’ problem.
Now, I’m going to show you some photos from the St Louis Zoo.
Dan had a job to do in St Louis and I’m a stay at home mom of one small child, so obviously when my husband’s job requires a three hour drive for a one hour job, we are going to make a day trip out of it.
A free trip to St Louis and all I had to do was wait around a hotel, riding elevators and climbing stairs over and over again. Thank goodness the hotel had waterfalls.
The weather was sunny and in the lower 70’s (F).
I couldn’t have asked for better temperatures during our around the world tour.
A four hour tour.
We all loved the Lemurs, they where hopping all over their habitat and one seemed to want to hang out with us.
Or it could be because I married Dr Doolittle….
Dan loves animals and if I didn’t say ‘no’ to every animal he wanted to bring home, I’d be living in my own zoo.
Until I met Dan, I didn’t know there were websites dedicated to turtles and turtle breeders.
The cool thing about the type of people who scour the internet looking at websites dedicated to turtles is they are the type of people to read up about all sorts of things, not just turtles.
Danny knows a lot about a lot of things.
I felt like I had my own private “tour with the Keeper”, every exhibit Dan would impart some interesting fact about the animals.
Can you tell the difference between African and Asian elephants?
It’s the ears – African elephants have bigger ears?
Dan told me that.
I had too many favorite exhibits, I honestly can’t wait to go back.
Did I mention the St Louis Zoo is free?
Because it is.